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Where is the IMF when it is most needed?

A striking feature of the debate over the deepening credit crisis is the absence of one formerly ubiquitous voice: that of the International Monetary Fund. Despite the likely impact of financial turmoil on economic stability in developed and emerging economies alike, the Washington-based multilateral institution has been conspicuously absent from the public debate on the subject.

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